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Waist soreness pain may be hydronephrosis

Cause a lot of reasons for waist soreness, especially the hydronephrosis, the common symptoms of waist pain.
Most patients showed pain in the waist or lower abdomen, according to the speed of obstruction occurred in severe cramps, pain or pain.
May be urinary tract obstruction, such as urinary tract stones or tumors, prostatic hypertrophy, etc .; may also be urinary tract diseases caused by urinary tract compression, causing urinary tract obstruction, such as retroperitoneal fibrosis, retroperitoneal tumors.
Although the urinary tract obstruction of the disease will eventually cause hydronephrosis, but the patient does not necessarily have a clear clinical symptoms, which is associated with the etiology and formation of hydronephrosis.
If the urinary obstruction in the bladder below the site, the patient will appear dysuria. In addition, due to urinary obstruction, patients will be repeated urinary tract infection.
Shi Jiazhuang kidney disease hospital experts advise that if the waist feel sour, pain, especially the side of the waist pain, to be particularly vigilant, this may be the early performance of hydronephrosis.
Especially when the low back pain, do not simply think that the waist caused by cold or tired. Also, if you find red urine, dark, or soy sauce, there may be ureteral stones, caused by bleeding caused by the tumor, then there may be hydronephrosis.
Super-examination is an important way to find hydronephrosis, once diagnosed, can be through the urinary system angiography, cystoscopy, ureteroscopy, urinary system CT or nuclear magnetic resonance examination, to further clarify the cause of hydronephrosis.
Timely find the cause of urinary tract obstruction, and early lifting of urinary tract obstruction, can effectively protect the kidney function, to prevent chronic renal failure.


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